A report by Jenny Gibb on our garden visit in May to Churchfield in Postling.
Jeremy Spon writes about a visit to a most unusual garden in the heart of Kent.
It proved to be a good grower with darkish green/glaucous leaves and an erect inflorescence of some presence.
If you’re already sick of snowdrops, read no further. But if you’re even just a little bit interested and enjoyed hearing about the ‘Gloucester Old Spot’ then read on.
I realized I didn’t know where such a strange name originated or, in fact, very much about sarcococcas at all.
2019 is the Year of the Pig and Galanthus nivalis ‘Gloucester Old Spot’ is here to join the celebration.
A report by Elizabeth Cairns on our meeting in November 2018 when Ben Potterton spoke at our meeting prior to the AGM.
Paul Ingleton reports on the Fern Workshop held in November 2018 with Jude Lawton.
A report by Mike Belton on our meeting in September 2018 when Marina Christopher spoke on ‘Choice Plants for Pollinators Throughout the Season’.
Virginia Oakes writes about an afternoon members spent at The Salutation Gardens in August 2018.
And so we come to Number 1. The plant that has been chosen by more members than any other to be in their Top 5 ‘Couldn’t-Do-Without Plants’ is . . .
As I walk towards the Winter Garden I detect a slight scent on the air, which makes me catch my breath.